Woodmere no longer sells music tickets in advance. Tickets will be sold at the door on a first come, first serve basis. Tickets go on sale at 1 hour before the evening of the concert.
Parking is limited. We recommend all guests arrive 30 minutes prior to the event.
Please do not park on Bells Mill Rd.
Refreshments will be served before the concert and during intermission. Food and drinks are limited to the galleries in the historic section of the Museum.
For more information, call 215-27-0476.
Friday Night Jazz
6:00 p.m – 8:00 p.m. | $22 ($12 members, children under 12: Free) | Wine and refreshments served
La Vie en Rose-Edith Piaf
Vocalist Andrea Carlson brings the first lady of French song to the Friday Night Jazz series as she dances around the Piaf songbook bringing to life the distinctive sound and mood of one of the most popular performers in France. Songs include: La Vie En Rose, C’est Magnifique, C’est si bon, and many more classics.
Nobody Did It Better: Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and Carly Simon
Before they were called singer-songwriters, these “folk” singers with a jazzy twist created unforgettable melodies and lyrics such as “Both Sides, Now,” “So Far Away,” “Nobody Does It Better.” Bring out the love beads and join us for an evening of distinctive music by three of the most respected singer-songwriters of a generation.
It’s Elemental: Earth, Wind, and Fire
The sensual, dynamic sound of Earth, Wind, and Fire comes to life with hits that matched their fire. Vocalist Roy Richardson will bring it all together with renditions of “Shining Star,” “September,” “Let’s Groove,” and more.
5:00 p.m – 7:00 p.m. | $22 ($12 members, children under 12: Free) | Wine and refreshments served
Tempesta di Mare: Duos for Violins and Violas
Tempesta di Mare’s principal violist Daniela Pierson and violinist Christof Richter are sharing the joy of playing a program of duos for two violins and for violin and viola. Whether playing with teachers as students or with peers as professionals, duets let us share musical thoughts with other musicians, often “saying” through music what words cannot express. Together these consummate musicians will impart the wit of Telemann’s Swift-inspired Gulliver suite, the mischievousness of a Mozart duo for violin and viola, folk song settings by Bartók on gut strings, and their very personal musical dialect in their own duo-improvisations.